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Identification of frequency of a shifted sinusoidal signal. (English. Russian original) Zbl 1155.93026
Autom. Remote Control 69, No. 9, 1447-1453 (2008); translation from Avtom. Telemekh. 2008, No. 9, 3-9 (2008).
Summary: The article deals with the issue of identification of an unknown frequency of a shifted sinusoidal signal \(y(t) = \sigma _{0} + \sigma sin(\omega t + \varphi )\). A new approach taken to estimate the frequency of a shifted sinusoidal signal is suggested, which is a robust approach relative to undetermined disturbances present in the measurement of a useful signal. In contrast to known analogs, the given approach permits controlling the time of estimation of the unknown frequency \(\omega \). The dimension of the identification algorithm suggested is less than that of known analogs.

MSC:
93C15 Control/observation systems governed by ordinary differential equations
93B30 System identification
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